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Sad: Black SA Woman With Open Wound got Discharge From the Hospital Untreated (Video)

Sad: Black SA Woman With Open Wound got Discharge From the Hospital Untreated (Video)


Popular south African social media influencer has allegedly taken to his twitter account lamenting over the way an elderly south African woman was treated despite in critical Condition, the south African man posted a video footage saying that an elderly woman who was badly pained with open would got Discharge From Hospital Untreated, the conditions of the woman made the south African man to raise alarm, saying how clueless it is for a woman with critical Condition to have been discharged from the hospital.


@Vuvo

This government is very cruel, how can you discharge an elderly patient with open wounds. This happened in Umlazi CC Section.

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His statement resulted to a great controversy among south Africans on twitter, saying that south Africa has no good leadership that is why things are happening badly in the country.


@K

The government sets the tone. Remember Life Esidimeni. This country has no leadership, and people do whatever they feel like. The are many horror stories in this country involving health workers. The social degeneracy started at the top.


@MI

@HealthZA would you kindly intervene. Here's a critical case, the patient is said to be diabetic and discharged with an open operation site and there are suspicions of abuse to the patient by the health care workers from that specific hospital.


@La

They will never do this to a white person. Never! We hope the @HealthZA will do the right thing and make sure that the elderly patient receives the necessary medical treatment.


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